Though Mexico is firmly entrenched in the war on drugs, it’s not primarily a consumer nation. Young advocates there are calibrating their harm reduction efforts accordingly.
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The pharmaceutical industry isn’t delivering innovation the public needs—but drug makers are reaping the profits they demand. It’s time to rethink the system.
Though education and employment opportunities for Afghan women have improved, a rampant culture of harassment makes it difficult to take advantage of them.
The first stop for many refugees entering Europe, Greece’s islands often lack the systems and infrastructure needed to handle the influx.
American photographer Amanda Rivkin captures Europe’s refugees where we rarely see them: in their new homes, after the journey is over.
Amid setbacks in housing, health, and employment, Roma did make remarkable gains in one area: education.
In a country reeling from health, migration, and economic crises, the professionals who work to hold families and communities together are shockingly undervalued.
Discussions of border security often neglect the human security needs of the communities whose lives are directly affected by what goes on there.
From drug policy to the refugee crisis, voters deserve to know how the people running for president will respond to the world’s most pressing problems.
A former Open Society board member proves that great works of art can be produced in the most repressive circumstances.
The Nobel Peace Prize bestowed on the four groups advancing Tunisia’s democracy brightens the beacon of hope for all of us.